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Rush: Republicans clueless in stopping Obama
WND ^ | 7/3/2012 | Joe Kovacs

Posted on 07/03/2012 12:06:17 PM PDT by Signalman

PALM BEACH, Fla. – Though he usually focuses criticism on Democrats, top-rated radio host Rush Limbaugh is scorching Republicans as “clueless” in their efforts to stop President Obama and his health-care agenda, and what he expects to be its “disastrous” impact on everyday life in America.

“We’re left with Obamacare, and we are left with a damaged Constitution, and we have a Republican leadership that’s clueless in how to slow any of this down,” Limbaugh said this afternoon.

“If this keeps going this way, we’re going to lose it all, folks. Unless some people get their heads in the game and focus on what really happened here and what really is happening, we’re going to go down the tubes.”

Limbaugh says last week’s 5-4 ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court upholding President Obama’s signature legislation is disastrous, severely damaging the Constitution.

“And apparently it hasn’t sunk in yet in the Republican establishment how outrageously bad this is,” he explained.

“This is why Republicans and conservatives make no progress in pushing back massive government. We don’t live in Realville. Well, they don’t live in Realville. They refuse to accept the reality of what’s going on. And so they try to dress it up. They look for silver linings.

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1 posted on 07/03/2012 12:06:25 PM PDT by Signalman
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To: Signalman

“And apparently it hasn’t sunk in yet in the Republican establishment how outrageously bad this is,” he explained.”

That strikes me as true, for now.

yes, they got some fundraising emails out the door, and they raised a bunch of money.

But, so far, I’m not sure I believe that they really understand, or have a plan. Sort of “Peace in our time” all over again.


2 posted on 07/03/2012 12:08:44 PM PDT by ConservativeDude
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To: Signalman

They proved a long time ago that they don’t have the will to fight this stuff. I think, ultimately, it is because their heart is not in fighting it because, frankly, they are for it.


3 posted on 07/03/2012 12:08:59 PM PDT by cuban leaf (Were doomed! Details at eleven.)
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To: Signalman

They proved a long time ago that they don’t have the will to fight this stuff. I think, ultimately, it is because their heart is not in fighting it because, frankly, they are for it.

At least, enough of them are.


4 posted on 07/03/2012 12:09:14 PM PDT by cuban leaf (Were doomed! Details at eleven.)
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To: Signalman

Here’s the sad reality... they don’t WANT to stop Obama.

Politicians work in, derive their wealth and power from government.

Obama wants to expand government in terms of size and reach.

Republicans can pretend to be upset while bellying up to the trough that Obama is graciously providing.


5 posted on 07/03/2012 12:10:43 PM PDT by brownsfan (Aldous Huxley and Mike Judge were right.)
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To: Signalman

(From 2010)

Tennessee GOP Senator Bob Corker telling “high dollar donors” at a GOP event something prospective Republican voters will be surprised to hear:

Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell and his GOP colleagues have no intention whatsoever to repeal ObamaCare. None. Zip.

According to what the story says are “multiple sources,” here’s the skinny:

The junior senator from Tennessee told the gathering of donors not to worry about the incoming class of “crazier Republicans” because the majority of Senate Republicans, especially minority leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), had no intention of repealing the president’s health care bill. They instead planned to fix only the “bad parts” of the law, Corker reportedly told the group.

Get that? The Senate Republican Establishment is already actively planning to sabotage any effort by new colleagues…colleagues they consider to be “crazier Republicans” …to repeal the law that has infuriated a majority of Americans.


6 posted on 07/03/2012 12:11:56 PM PDT by roses of sharon ("Truly I tell you, today you will be with me in paradise." Luke 23:43)
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To: brownsfan

Republican and Democrats in DC will NEVER give up power, it must be taken from them.


7 posted on 07/03/2012 12:13:36 PM PDT by roses of sharon ("Truly I tell you, today you will be with me in paradise." Luke 23:43)
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To: Signalman
“We’re left with Obamacare, and we are left with a damaged Constitution, and we have a Republican leadership that’s clueless in how to slow any of this down,”

Or maybe, just maybe, as members of the elite Northeastern Ruling Class, the Republican leadership doesn't WANT to slow any of this down. Maybe, just maybe, they agree with most of Obama's agenda.

Ockham's Razor. Simplest explanation is most likely to be true.

8 posted on 07/03/2012 12:14:01 PM PDT by Thane_Banquo (Support hate crime laws: Because some victims are more equal than others.)
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To: Signalman
Example of the disconnect.

I actually got a email/poll from my Republican US Congressman asking if I approved of the Supreme Court ruling.

Out F'ing out of touch can my so-called Conservative congressman be?

9 posted on 07/03/2012 12:14:21 PM PDT by TexasCajun
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To: ConservativeDude

He was teetering right on the edge of telling us “It’s time to panic!” today.


10 posted on 07/03/2012 12:16:04 PM PDT by Buckeye McFrog
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To: ConservativeDude

They know exactly what to do. They just do not have the courage for the fight.


11 posted on 07/03/2012 12:18:35 PM PDT by formosa (Formosa)
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To: Signalman

Call me when Rush calls for the ouster of Boner and the turkey neck from leadership. Until then it is all for show.


12 posted on 07/03/2012 12:19:51 PM PDT by RightOnTheBorder
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To: Signalman
Rush: Republicans clueless in stopping Obama

Rush: Republicans clueless complicit in NOT stopping Obama

There, fixed title to match reality.

13 posted on 07/03/2012 12:24:15 PM PDT by The Cajun (Sarah Palin, Mark Levin......Nuff said.)
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To: Signalman

The Republican establishment only campaigns on one issue: the economy.

It’s why they always want to choose a bland, non-controversial candidate who will offend no one. They are terrified of any other issue because it might cause people to dislike them. In their minds, everyone wants a good economy, so no one will be offended.

They’re insipid.


14 posted on 07/03/2012 12:24:34 PM PDT by Bratch
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To: Buckeye McFrog

He was teetering right on the edge of telling us “It’s time to panic!” today.’

You can hear it in his voice. And that’s what worries me. Rush has always said that he will tell us when it’s time to panic. And without saying it directly this week, sounds like that moment is rapidly approaching.


16 posted on 07/03/2012 12:26:14 PM PDT by Mountain Mary (Voting for the lesser of two evils is still voting for evil.)
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To: Mountain Mary

I have never heard Rush sound so defeated and hopeless. It scares me. I actually shut him off today. I can’t believe it...


17 posted on 07/03/2012 12:29:30 PM PDT by Dansong
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To: Signalman

I was convinced that the U.S. was finished as a capitalistic, conservative country, after seeing the results of the November 2006 U.S. election. When the “politically stupid”/”politically ignorant” become a majority voting force, then it’s all over for the political right and commonsense.


18 posted on 07/03/2012 12:30:48 PM PDT by johnthebaptistmoore (The world continues to be stuck in a "all leftist, all of the time" funk. BUNK THE FUNK!)
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To: Signalman

Today Rush was show prep for the Ed Show.


19 posted on 07/03/2012 12:31:52 PM PDT by Mike Darancette (Democrats are the problem. Vote them out, all of them.)
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To: All; Signalman

(posting w/o reading...)

Rush & most / ALL of the conservative / corn-servative ME!-dia was “clueless” on how to help the respected conservative Duncan Hunter in 2008!


20 posted on 07/03/2012 12:35:58 PM PDT by Golden Gate
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To: roses of sharon

Exactly the reason I didn’t vote for this a$$hole in 2006 and won’t in 2012. I won’t vote for Lamar! Alexturd either.

These two make the Maine twins look like hard core conservatives.

And given our publicity loving wimp of a GOP governor and Dem-lite GOP legislature, I wonder why I still live in TN.


21 posted on 07/03/2012 12:36:09 PM PDT by Fledermaus (Democrats are dangerous and evil. Republicans are useless and useful idiots.)
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To: Mountain Mary

Rush has always been the eternal optimist, even after Obama won the election in 2008. He is really negative of late, and with good reason.

What happens when it’s time to panic?


22 posted on 07/03/2012 12:36:54 PM PDT by MNDude ( Victimhood is the Holy Grail of liberalism)
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To: cuban leaf

Agreed, and Rush isn’t stupid. He’s just afraid to say it out loud.


23 posted on 07/03/2012 12:37:06 PM PDT by FlyVet
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To: brownsfan

—Republicans can pretend to be upset while bellying up to the trough that Obama is graciously providing.—

Yup. I judge people’s motives by their actions, not words. When we had a majority in the congress and a republican president (W), They had their chance to show us what they would do, once in total control. We got bigger government. That is when I left the republican party.

Fool me once, and all that.


24 posted on 07/03/2012 12:41:05 PM PDT by cuban leaf (Were doomed! Details at eleven.)
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To: RightOnTheBorder
#12 - all for show... - BUMP!
25 posted on 07/03/2012 12:43:08 PM PDT by Golden Gate
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To: ConservativeDude
“And apparently it hasn’t sunk in yet in the Republican establishment how outrageously bad this is,”

Hey, not only are Boehner and McConnell invertebrates, they're DEFINITELY NOT mental giants!

26 posted on 07/03/2012 12:43:47 PM PDT by The Sons of Liberty ("Get that bastard out of MY White House!")
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To: Signalman

Have to agree with Rush. No point in bashing Romney now but if we’re talking about republicans as a group ....

Rush was talking today about Obama telling that woman he would let her mother die .. and there was no outrage. He is dead on right (pun intended?)

Republicans have allowed insanely outrageous leftism to be accepted as mainstream, because imho they are both cowards and fools.


27 posted on 07/03/2012 1:01:33 PM PDT by Williams (No Obama)
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To: Signalman

I’ve said this many times since 2006 - America could survive tyrants like the Marxofascists in the DNC and likewise America could survive a tyrant like Obama.

America CANNOT and WILL NOT Survive the host of fools (half the population) that put such tyrants into power over us.

Looking for a solution by voting for a politician into office is NOT going to stop nor even slow this juggernaut into tyranny. Yet that is where everyone’s attention is focused. So when we get another 2006, 2008, or SCOTUS disappointment like last week - we slide further into despair and again look to vain hope without tackling the root cause and needed action to rectify where we have arrived.

I’m convinced that most Americans have absolutely no clue what time it is, and I think Rush and some others are slowly waking up to recognize this - which is why you are hearing twangs of despair in their countenance. The consequences of what has already been done and cannot be undone are beginning to fester in their minds.

We have been betrayed and will continue to be betrayed. And why not? We betrayed the Trust Providence placed in us to maintain ourselves in religion and morality. So we look to men to solve a moral calamity in our culture that we left to rot by years of lukewarm indifference and compromise with sin. So our faith in men becomes prominent in our minds to save us, which is in itself - a sin in accordance with scripture and what our Founders themselves wrote about the role of morality in maintaining liberty. Meanwhile we look to men and parties of men to save us, and we ourselves create a recipe for more of the same that we are suffering.

There is no way to stop where we are going on current course. The two solutions that remain are both so abhorrent and repulsive to most - that they will never happen. We cannot even agree on the definition of liberty as intended. How can we stand together against those waging war on it?

Only God can save us now - and why should He?


28 posted on 07/03/2012 1:14:30 PM PDT by INVAR ("Fart for liberty, fart for freedom and fart proudly!" - Benjamin Franklin)
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To: Signalman

Rush ought to talk

All he did was makes excuses for the wimp GOP from the day the took congress in 94 all the way through the Bush administration

Callers would plead with him to get on the GOP to grow a spine and all he did was chastise them


29 posted on 07/03/2012 1:21:33 PM PDT by uncbob
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To: ConorMacNessa
Not only are they clueless, they're eunuchs as well. When they were giving out testosterone, the Pubbies were out behind the barn choking the chicken. 

The difference between the GOP and the DEMOCRATS is not that the DEMOCRATS have more courage it is because they have the MSM shilling and covering for them

Vast majority of the politicians have no real beliefs

If the MSM by some miracle would turn on the DEMOCRATS they would be exposed for the spineless politicians they are
30 posted on 07/03/2012 1:27:08 PM PDT by uncbob
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To: uncbob
Callers would plead with him to get on the GOP to grow a spine and all he did was chastise them

Exactly right. Rush has always been a huge proponent of "the lesser of two evils" philosophy in politics and would even go so far as to belittle those who tried to tell him it guaranteed a downward spiral. And now he get's it? Too late Rush.

31 posted on 07/03/2012 1:36:21 PM PDT by TruthBeforeAll (Liberals love to do what's best for you, even if it kills you.)
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To: Signalman

They’re not clueless they’re PC. WHO dreams up PC? WHO is never held to PC “standards”. PC is radiocontrol from the inside (so they don’t even have to trouble themselves to work the little control box).


32 posted on 07/03/2012 1:36:57 PM PDT by TalBlack ( Evil doesn't have a day job.)
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To: roses of sharon
The junior senator from Tennessee told the gathering of donors not to worry about the incoming class of “crazier Republicans” because the majority of Senate Republicans, especially minority leader Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), had no intention of repealing the president’s health care bill. They instead planned to fix only the “bad parts” of the law, Corker reportedly told the group.

The worthless piece of crap was quoted in the paper today talking about what a good idea the exchanges were. Here is some primary opposition for him: http://www.zachforsenate.com/

33 posted on 07/03/2012 1:41:37 PM PDT by tnlibertarian
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To: tnlibertarian
Try again with a clickable link:

Zach for senate

34 posted on 07/03/2012 1:43:45 PM PDT by tnlibertarian
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To: johnthebaptistmoore
Not that any of what you said is untrue, but in 2006 Republicans got handed their posteriors by the Democrats over the issue of homosexuality.

No, not for persecuting gay guys but for letting too many of them have top positions in the Republican party, or for allowing them to become too notorious.

Let's count just the big dogs ~ RNC Chairman Ken Mehlman ~

Mark Foley ~ the issue was his contact with pages/former pages, and the tepid response of several top Republican managers in the House ~ particularly the Speaker, Dennis Hastert.

There were others.

Then we had the clown show with Senator Craig ~ he played around in a public toilet in an airport he didn't have to travel through ~ and got caught ~ pled guilty ~ tried to deny it.

The Democrats played these themes round the clock and the public demonstrated that it does not reward the Republicans with electoral victory when they let the gays into the power suites.

Pretty obvious to me why the GOP didn't show up to help put the GOP-e back in power in 2006.

2012 is probably going to be more of the same unless we get a decent candidate. My goodness this man isn't even friendly.

35 posted on 07/03/2012 1:46:27 PM PDT by muawiyah
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To: roses of sharon; All

So if the establishment republicans are not going to repeal it, and they were the ones that assured Romney of the nomination, what does that say about Romney?

As in all things, we shall know our leaders by their actions, not their words.

Romney’s actions were not the actions of a conservative. Mitch McConnell’s words and actions are not the actions of a conservative.

I have no person for whom I can vote for President. Fortunately for my feelings of guilt, a vote for a President in Minnesota is a wasted vote anyway, because it always goes for the candidate closest to the socialist view of the world. The only votes that matter are down ticket.

The court and the Congress and the President are not on our side. That leaves my inalienable right to vote quite meaningless, in my opinion.

I will try to vote as best I can, but it will be with the understanding that events are no longer controlled by the people, but by the power brokers in banking, industry, law, the press, big agriculture, and energy and in so many other arenas.

When obvious solutions to our problems are met with such derision by so many in society, all that is left is to write about the glorious cause, the ineffable challenges and successes of the early republic, and the freedoms we one had. The administration started by talking of the glories of space travel when it retired the Shuttle - how fitting.

We are like the waning days of the empire of ancient Rome, when the Romans neither remembered whom they once were, nor had any vision about whom they could become again. Those that remembered, hated the idea of Rome, and lived from hand to mouth to satisfy their basic needs.

Before there can be a new enlightenment, we must first enter another dark age.

I fear we have done so, now merely awaiting the inevitable wars which temporarily buoy our sense of community, but which bleed us dry fighting over the remnants of what was once the greatest nation on Earth, to which every person on the globe looked for hope and inspiration. They will no longer be wars of liberation, but of hegemony and conquest.

The peoples of the world no longer look to us for inspiration, or as a guide to how freedom can be the guiding principle of an entire society. We offer nothing.

Now they all look to us for largess, and as a scapegoat for all that is evil in the world. We are the sacrificial lamb for all that they have done wrong. We are lead by a President who is holding our necks for the blade.

The best we can do now, is follow the example of the monks in the dark ages. We must preserve the knowledge, the writings, the symbols of the freedom we once had. We must light the wick to keep the fire burning in the still small places in the Earth, we must keep the faith, and hope that when the world is once again fed up with empty promises, the recovery may be made shorter by those who have kept the faith, followed in in the paths of intellectual honesty and integrity, and preserved the flame.

The enlightened few must band together.

We are again entering an epochal cycle that we can only hope is made shorter by the faithful.


36 posted on 07/03/2012 1:48:02 PM PDT by LachlanMinnesota
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To: ConservativeDude

“yes, they got some fundraising emails out the door, and they raised a bunch of money.”

Which is ALL they do: use bad news to feather their own nests based on fear. I’ve got no use for any of them.


37 posted on 07/03/2012 1:52:54 PM PDT by jagusafr ("Write in Palin and prepare for war...")
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To: cuban leaf

I cant believe that so many people are still so naive they think the Going On Progressive “party” is still an opposition party to the demoncraps.

We are ruled by a republicrat oligarchy, and the “no third party” crowd will make sure it stays that way.


38 posted on 07/03/2012 1:56:00 PM PDT by MikeSteelBe (Austrian Hitler was, as the Halfrican Hitler does.)
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To: LachlanMinnesota

“The enlightened few must band together.”

Franklin’s original motto of the US:

“Rebellion against tyrants is obedience to God.”

I think it is better than the one on our coins.


39 posted on 07/03/2012 2:07:10 PM PDT by MikeSteelBe (Austrian Hitler was, as the Halfrican Hitler does.)
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To: MikeSteelBe

Very good.

However, in this world, the tyrants consider themselves gods. Rebellion against tyrants is a rebellion against the gods, and God is the tyrant for setting standards on humanity.


40 posted on 07/03/2012 2:15:47 PM PDT by LachlanMinnesota
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To: MikeSteelBe

Very good.

However, in this world, the tyrants consider themselves gods. Rebellion against tyrants is a rebellion against the gods, and God is the tyrant for setting standards on humanity.


41 posted on 07/03/2012 2:15:52 PM PDT by LachlanMinnesota
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To: uncbob
Rush ought to talk

All he did was makes excuses for the wimp GOP from the day the took congress in 94 all the way through the Bush administration

Callers would plead with him to get on the GOP to grow a spine and all he did was chastise them


You nailed it..

rush is as big a coward as Levin and Hannity.

When the Georgia Judge gave obama a pass in being held in Contempt for failing to even honor a subpoena, I thought at least rush would exploit the hypocrisy..not a peep. Just like the “Constitutional Scholar” levin..not a chirp. Just like the gop “leadership”..pussies

42 posted on 07/03/2012 2:16:24 PM PDT by AFret. ("Charlie don't surf ! ")
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To: TruthBeforeAll

As I have said on FR before, the only time I remember him getting truly angry with a caller was in ‘94(?) when caller Karen from Whitefish Montana said that very thing to him and he basically told her to drop dead. In recalling that conversation, she was correct in every particular, and he was incorrect. What really got to him IIRC was when she called the GOP establishment “Happy conservatives.” His anger was palpable.


43 posted on 07/03/2012 2:47:59 PM PDT by crusher (Political Correctness: Stalinism Without the Charm)
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To: AFret.
rush is as big a coward as Levin and Hannity.

When the Georgia Judge gave obama a pass in being held in Contempt for failing to even honor a subpoena, I thought at least rush would exploit the hypocrisy..not a peep. Just like the “Constitutional Scholar” levin..not a chirp. Just like the gop “leadership”..pussies.

Bingo!

Just think if Rush and Levin had addressed Obama's eligibility issue a few years back, we wouldn't be in this mess, would we?

Levin, the great defender of the Constitution - my azz!

44 posted on 07/03/2012 3:00:15 PM PDT by JohnG45
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To: crusher

I didn’t remember her name (I thought it was Carol) but I absolutely remember the call. I was on the road at the time and remember yelling at my radio as he was telling her how she was wrong.


45 posted on 07/03/2012 3:15:53 PM PDT by TruthBeforeAll (Liberals love to do what's best for you, even if it kills you.)
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To: Signalman
Rush said, "This is why Republicans and conservatives make no progress in pushing back massive government."

I have been a Rush fan since he was on the air in Sacremento many years ago, and still will be. However, Rush makes the all to common mistake of lumping Republicans and Conservatives in the same basket. The Republican Party's rank and file are NOT repeat NOT conservative in the main. They haven't been for quite some time now, in my most humble of opinions. Especially not when it comes to strict adherence to the Constitution.

That reason compelled me to re-register for voting as "un-affilitated" back in 1998.

Rush's conclusion, however, is correct the Republic is continuing to spiral "down the tubes", at an ever increasing velocity.

46 posted on 07/03/2012 3:16:09 PM PDT by ImpBill ("America, where are you now?" - Little "r" republican!)
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To: Buckeye McFrog

“He was teetering right on the edge of telling us “It’s time to panic!” today.”

I was wondering what it would take for him to come out and say that. He’s always said, “I’ll tell you when it’s time to panic.” — and I figured that this might be the thing to make that happen. I don’t need him to come out and say it; I’m there already.


47 posted on 07/03/2012 3:29:13 PM PDT by MayflowerMadam (Please, God, when I wake up tomorrow, can Joe Biden be President?)
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To: Signalman

Two people I mostly blame: Sen McConnell and Rep Bohner. Worthless to Republicans, priceless to Democrats!


48 posted on 07/03/2012 9:25:25 PM PDT by rawhide
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